On view from November 10, 2012 through February 10, 2013, Behold, America!: Art of the United States from Three San Diego Museums was a groundbreaking collaborative exhibition that brought together the finest American works from the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, The San Diego Museum of Art, and the Timken Museum of Art. On view from November 10, 2012 through February 10, 2013,
A further selections of the artist's work may be viewd by appointment at the offices of Aldis Browne Fine Arts
7752 Fay Ave. La Jolla       Telephone 858-750-2115        Cell 310-403-0444
L.A.'s association with typography in the visual arts is perhaps unique. Text has historically been ubiquitous on the city's streets with political and gang graffiti, and L.A.’s ever-present billboards that surfaced as far back as the onset of Southern California's car culture and highway system. While other cities are represented by monumental structures such as New York's Empire State building, the Acropolis in Athens, Big Ben in London and the Eiffel Tower in Paris, L.A.'s most prominent symbols are text – most iconic is the Hollywood Sign, along with the great movie studio logos of MGM, 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, etc, which have been familiar to billions of people in each generation around the world for nearly a century. So it is perhaps understandable that Los Angeles has a pronounced affinity for the usage of text in the visual arts which distinguishes it from its historic precedents. 


La Jolla Athenaeum
February 16–March 23, 2013
Recent Exhibitions
which will remain on view at the offices of March - June 2013
  an installation at                      of La Jolla 
 in  conjunction with Aldis Browne Fine Arts
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